May 12, 2015
Join city employees and other community members for annual Bike to Work Day May 15.
The city will set up commuter stations from 6-9 a.m., where cyclists can grab free snacks and learn more about bicycle commuting, along the bike route along state Route 900 and Northwest Sammamish Road.
May 4, 2015
NEW — 6 a.m. May 4, 2015
May is Bike Month.
To celebrate, join cyclists for fun, fitness and friendship as the city of Issaquah and Cascade Bicycle Club celebrate Bike to Work Day on May 15.
Bike to Work Day includes a commuter station where cyclists can grab a snack and learn more about bicycle commuting.
The city’s commuter station is on the grassy area at the northwest corner of the intersection of state Route 900 and Northwest Sammamish Road.
Bike to Work Day is one of many events in the region to celebrate Bike Month. Learn more at www.cascade.org/explore-commuting/national-bike-month.
May 20, 2014
Bike, cars can get along better
May 16 was Bike to Work Day, and thousands of two-wheeled commuters took to the road. The mere thought of a cyclist can start some drivers’ blood boiling, and cyclists, too, find themselves frustrated by inconsiderate motorists.
Bikes on the roads are here to stay, and indeed, if current trends hold, will be an ever-growing presence. More work must be done to help bikes and cars co-exist, and two of the biggest missing ingredients are predictability and education.
May 13, 2014
Join cyclists for fun, fitness and friendship as the city of Issaquah and Cascade Bicycle Club celebrate Bike to Work Day.
The annual event is from 6-9 a.m. May 16. Bike to Work Day includes a commuter station where riders can check in and receive information about bicycle commuting.
The commuter station will be on the grassy area on the northwest corner of the intersection of state Route 900 and Northwest Sammamish Road.
May 14, 2013
With the month of May designated as National Bike Month, the Cascade Bicycle Club will host its annual Bike to Work Day with the help of the city of Issaquah.
On May 17, the club will set up stations along commuting routes for cyclists. It will include provisions, rest stops and information on the benefits and ease of commuting by bicycle. Thousands annually take to the various bike lanes and trails to forge a new path into a sustainable future.
Issaquah will host its own station for those making their way into and out of the city.